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  • Ken Schwaber
    The following is from an RFP from the State of Washington for building systems for their coursts: Instructions to Vendors Contractor s proposal should contain:
    Message 1 of 26 , Jun 2, 2004
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      The following is from an RFP from the State of Washington for building
      systems for their coursts:

      Instructions to Vendors

      Contractor's proposal should contain:
      · Vendor contact information (name, title, email, phone and fax numbers, and
      mail address)
      · Explicit agreement to adhere to all of the terms outlined in this work
      request
      · Resume of proposed consultant(s) to work on the project (include a copy of
      signed Scrum Master certification license materials to receive 10% credit as
      stated below)
      · A fixed-price bid for delivery of the deliverables listed above

      Contractor's proposal will be scored as follows:
      · 20% evidence in proposed consultant resumes of actual project experience
      with J2EE (including Java Servlets and EJB Session Beans), Java Swing, and
      transport of data between a Swing client and Java middle tier using http.
      · 5% evidence in proposed consultant resumes of actual project experience
      with usability testing of paper and functional UI prototypes
      · 15% evidence in proposed consultant resumes of experience working with the
      AOC software development process and architecture being used on the new JIS
      · 10% if at least one member of each team is a certified Scrum Master
      (http://www.controlchaos.com/certifiedscrum/)
      · 25% evidence in proposed consultant resumes of experience developing
      service-oriented, object-oriented architecture and documenting that
      architecture using appropriate combinations of prose and UML diagrams
      · 25% cost (including all expenses)
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